The creator, Pierre Delacroix's initial intention with this show was not to degrade his own race. It was to "break the stereotypes."5 He figured the nation would be shocked and outraged! Instead they ate it up. The studio audience dressed in black face. Children trick-or-treated in black face. It was the latest craze of the nation. Black face is an act which digs back to a time of slavery, a time where African Americans were considered inferior. It was now socially acceptable to publicly highlight a moment in history that pained African Americans. People figured it's on TV, it's OK!
Rosa Parks was another African Woman who was not afraid to speak up. Not only did Rosa speak her mind, but throughout her actions she showed people that blacks and whites shouldn't have to be separated. Blacks had to sit in the back of the bus, and whites in the front. One day Rosa decided that she was going to sit in the front. She risked her life just to prove that something as little as where you sat on the bus whether you were black or white shouldn't matter. Rosa's acts triggered the Montgomery Bus Acts, which made the law that stated blacks had to sit in the back of the bus and white had to sit in the front of the bus unconstitutional. Rosa helped being the Civil Rights Movement with her actions. She showed people that it was okay to stand up for them, and that they should not be afraid to stand up for what they believe in because most of the time, someone else believes the same thing but is afraid to standup for him/herself.
Scholarships come in many forms and types. There are those that are offer to some sectors of society, specific intellectual capacity, athletic excellence, and more. Meanwhile, there are also scholarships that are specifically designed to minorities. Scholarships for minorities are made to keep those little portions of the population educated even if the students cannot afford to pay for their education.
Here are the scholarships for minorities available: